• Gregory Porter - 1960 What? (Original Mix) / (Opolopo Kick & Bass Rerub) 12" Vinyl (Expansion)
  • Gregory Porter - 1960 What? (Original Mix) / (Opolopo Kick & Bass Rerub) 12" Vinyl (Expansion)
  • Gregory Porter - 1960 What? (Original Mix) / (Opolopo Kick & Bass Rerub) 12"
  • Gregory Porter - 1960 What? (Original Mix) / (Opolopo Kick & Bass Rerub) 12"

Gregory Porter – 1960 What? (Original Mix) / (Opolopo Kick & Bass Rerub) 12″ Vinyl (Expansion)

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GREGORY PORTER 1960 What? (Original Mix)

GREGORY PORTER 1960 What? (Opolopo Kick & Bass Rerub)

ARTIST Gregory Porter
A SIDE Gregory Porter – 1960 What? (Original Mix)
B SIDE Gregory Porter – 1960 What? (Opolopo Kick & Bass Rerub)
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Weight 501 g
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Gregory Porter

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Gregory Porter – 1960 What? (Original Mix)

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Gregory Porter – 1960 What? (Opolopo Kick & Bass Rerub)

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Gregory Porter’s “1960 What?” continues to be one of Expansion’s most sought after releases and comes now in new enhanced packaging. It combines the original with the Opolopo Kick & Bass re-Rub

Gregory Porter as narrator, sounding like Amiri Baraka, declares on “1960 What?” that “the motor city is burning y’all—that ain’t right” and refers to Martin Luther King Jr.’s death and describes trigger-happy policing (supported by a trumpet that blares, jabs, rumbles, and yearns); and the song portrays how certain events turn people against the possibilities of life and light. A vision that only recognizes strength and cruelty and rage is dangerously imperfect: rather, creativity, education, intelligence, sensitivity, democratic political participation, and compassionate social work are goals and virtues that can be affirmed, if not actively pursued, in all times

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